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>> we use that determine to determine -- that program to determine none of the leads were coming into the country. >> we give up a lot of privacy in this country and frankly i worry about giving up too much. >> reporter: citing new leaks, including a washington post report alleging the nsa is tracking web traffic using cookies, your computers version of an id card. and they need to scale back collection now, not later. >> i'm worried as technology gets greater and greater, whether it is this administration, the next
really blown it on this. you know, people want the government to help protect us but we also want the government to be transparent and tell us what they're doing and tell us what data they're collecting. i think they've completely failed on that front. from what i've seen if they were a little bit more open about what they were doing, i think they could have created more trust in a better environment for everyone. i think they failed at that and are continuing to, which is why we're continuing to push on it as an industry.
use that as a talking point. andrea, i think you hit it right on the head. if there were always about trying to deflect the fact that there was another large facility, fine, but the administration should honestly say that. we've already had director clapper say he lied before the
on foreign leaders. >> there has been no willful use to misuse the privacy of just
. george orwell warned us of the danger of this kind of information. the types of collection in the book, microphones, video cameras, tvs that much as, are nothing compared to what we have available today. we have sensors in our pockets that track us everywhere we go. think about what this means for the privacy of the average person. will grow uptoday
allows us to determine who we are and who we want to be. the conversation occurring today will determine the amount of trust we can place both in the technologies that surround us, and the government that regulates it. together, we can find a better balance, and the mass surveillance, and remind the government, it really want to know how we feel, asking is always cheaper than spying. edward snowden released that christmas message to the british public.
it is. our. welcome to the hk use like i'd take it to the bike in tokyo with the latest us to stop japanese defence to study too naughty little dots as chinese punk and jax did not approach the japanese self defense force aircraft in china is new and defense identification zone. although the remark came up to friday's announcement by china. it has crumbled if i can shoot a scene is called to ministry at croft from japan cents tn in the us and telling did so. well the dow said he has been informed the dumbest most of whom approached by chinese aircraft as announced by china. we've even done to prove it would've been if there was no special circumstance that needs to be made we will continue our monitoring activities. it's getting silly with us the house and it is important to japan and china to respond calmly to the situation he said. it is only rational to exercise the toll was trying to prevent unforeseen contingencies. chinese all for the steps of santa ana ca often coming to self must notify them of flight times and obeying day instructions they warned that will take what they
can ride our bikes there and then we can take muni home and it even shows us how to take the bikes on the bus, so simple right here on my phone. >> neat. we can finish making travel plans over dinner, now let's go eat. >> how about about that organic vegan gluten free rest rft. >> can't we go to the food truck. >> do you want to walk or take a taxi. >> there is an alert right here telling us there is heavy traffic in soma. >> let's walk there and then take a taxi or muni back. >> that new website gives us a lot of options. >> it sure does and we can use it again next weekend when we go to see the giants. there is a new destination section on the website that shows us how to get to at&t park. >> there is a section, and account alerts and information on parking and all kinds of stuff, it is so easy to use that even you can use it. >> that is smart. >> are you giving me a compliment. >> i think that i am. >> wow, thanks. >> now you can buy dinner. access useful information, any all right. thank you for coming thank you for coming and exercising is unveiling of our office. t
, you pick up your cell phone, use it, that call that record of that call, not the conversation itself, is most likely to be recorded by the nsa. why are they doing this? they're trying to establish a huge database of connections. they have terror suspects they want to go after, look at that, they look at who might be calling them and work their way back through this web of
use that data to analyze connections to potential terrorists. >> by sifting through this so-called meta data they may identify potential leads with respect to folks who might engage in terrorism. >> reporter: but in his decision, judge leon questioned whether the program even works, saying the government does not cite a single instance where the program actually stopped an imminent attack. the case is one of several filed after former national security contractor edward snowden leaked details of the program's
chip away into personal privacy in this cyberage. >> u.s. is not meant to monitor americans but if you're overseas, you're fair game, they're picking up -- vacuuming up all of this traffic, right? >> reporter: yeah, that's certainly part of the problem. the nsa is not under law allowed
the bulk parts of internet data was shut down in 2011 because it wasn't operationally useful. but under the current law, would the nsa be able to restart the bulk collection of internet data? >> if the nsa and the department of justice were able to make a showing to the fisa court that the collection of internet meta data in bulk, which, of course, is a category of information that's not protected by the fourth amendment, that if it were relevant to an authorized investigation and could convince the fisa court of that, then,
've asked us to do this for got of the nation to get the intelligence we need. nobody has come up with a better way. if we let this down, we're letting the nation down.
being manufactured throughout the country. arizona could become the first u.s. state to regulate and prevent the nsa from spying on residents. state senator proposed a lot to prevent law-enforcement from getting material support for the nsa and also make evidence obtained in these activities inadmissible in court cases.
wants to be safe. and all of us in the intelligence committee know it's a dangerous world. but the evidence does not support the proposition that there is a significant measure of safety that's added as a result of collecting all these records on law-abiding americans.
flying a colombian plane would hit the camp using a us-made bomb with a cia controlled frame." the national security agency was key to the program funded through a multibillion-dollar black budget. we will speak with a reporter who wrote the restore he dana priest dana priest,. then, mikhail kalashnikov has died. rifleented the assault also known as the ak-47. weapons should only be in the hands of those people who defend their country, that is the defense not to attack. i design the rifle not for international conflict, but to protect the borders of my homeland. >> all of that and more coming up. this is democracy now!,, the war and peace report. i'm amy goodman. u n secretary-general ban ki- moon is calling for near doubling of the international peacekeeping force in south sudan amidst spiraling violence. on monday, he asked the security council to send up to 5500 more troops. watching, all sides in south sudan, attacked civilians and the u.n. keys peeping -- you in peacekeepers to protect the must sees immediately. those responsible at the senior level wil
providing care to our -- in terms of land use projects of a medical nature it looks like san francisco is on track to meet resident's evolving health needs. now i'll turn the presentation over to claudia florez planning department. >> i'm going to cover the recommendations components of the plan in which came out of the data analysis for which lori gave you the highlights. the recommendations align with the work that the department of health is already doing and the structure presented in the plan mirrors the values of the health improvement plan er chip which was finalized in december 2012 as lori mentioned. not only made stronger work and the hospital needs assessment projects but also helped bring everyone together so that all of these projects working from the same foundation of information and on the same health priorities. these 3 are the community the 3 communityies identified and under which the master plan recommendations are lined up. in the plan each recommendation is followed by a serious of guidelines that detail specific areas. i'm not going to go into that level of
. hackers stole data from up to 40 million credit cards used it target during the height of this year's holiday shopping season, accessing the information theugh swipe machines in checkout line. the nfl wants to throw a flag on the fcc which is considering listing the blackout rules that keeps some games off tv unless the stadium is full. is technology already trumping this 40-year-old rule? million shares of facebook are about to hit the market in a secondary offering. it is the first one since the social network went public 18 months ago. facebook will sell 27 million class a shares and mark sucker berg is selling more than 41 million shares and mark selling 1.6s million. in a statement, facebook says -- the secondary offering that nearly $4 billion and facebook shares are trading down on this news. cory johnson is in new york with more in today's drill down. should investors be worried? >> i don't know if the stock eating down one percent is a reaction but the float out will go up. always focus on businesses and non-stocks but the stock has been very interesting because ofre has
of the main color it did because it is not as in april. i did not have the option of using gauging our balcony. i promised hubby cannot afford to do that we have our interests and the stability of the country under the gun capacities in my view is the only way followed up with a useful role of an ideal situation in my view would be enough on this farm that is capable of beating tickets in total i mixed some time in his vision of excellence at all. so what we're talking about here is constant and it would be a concrete them. i didn't try to head the model can be legally capacities as for the ne quadrant as for the dishes and he got beat ati is an age of ten of the new stunt and has admitted to dance to the angel is in assistance in the atm and the two countries signed a strategic partnership agreement of the sun is in the speech free to e g treats and took a shot at seven point six billion u s store next to me this time of common stock in the pipeline is scheduled to start bringing natural gas from the meanest on to india of the foreign ministry spokesman said it is up to the site to decide who
of tools. many of them are a great beginning for us to use as reference, particularly as a planned submittal. as we go to the specifics of the various submittals. and i basically took all of the forms by which the word submittal appears from conditional use to variance and on and on. it's a minor tweak to reference the plan submittal guideline as being the one obligated and consistent requirement. which would refer to in our document. i have taken the pdf and marked up all the wording which refers to drawing submittals, and inserted where the same word but where they are different and where they might need one comment as common reference to the planned submittal guidelines. i suggest that i ask the president that this be distributed to all commissioners to individually read through what it is, and why it comes to us. it's confusing but how we could altogether make it simple to have the results we are looking for. and save a lot of headache for those that come and we say, we can't hear your case. the one thing that i asked to add, and perhaps what commissioner antonini tried to touc
>> welcome back to al jazeera america. i'm thomas drayton with a look at the top stories. >> the u.s. is sending military aid to iraq to help them fight al qaeda. they are targetting forces in the anwar province. 18 troops were killed in an ambush on saturday. african leaders are in south sudan negotiating an end to the violence that gripped the country for two weeks. 1,000 people have died in the fighting. the u.n. is sending in peacekeeping troops and equipment. a russian investigation found no trace of poisoning in the death of palestine leader yasser arafat. >> experts found evidence of a lethal substance polonium in arafat's remains. >> help is on the way for 74 passengers on board a ship caught in icy antarctic orders on tuesday. a professor travelling with the group heard from a chinese ice breaking vessel on round to free the ship. >> holiday sales up 2%. megadiscounts were considered one driving force behind the increase. those are the kheadlines. "consider this" is up next. >> surprising new details about the u.s. mission in iraq. the american military is now helping the fi
drones, rockets and missiles. so consider this, did the u.s. leave iraq too early? and what does that mine for america's mission in afghanistan? also, edward snowden sends a special holiday message back to the u.s. saying mission accomplished. but what is the real impact on the nsa? also, a plus sized barbie reigniting a firestorm of controversy over what childhood dolls should look like and their impact on body image. and a british invasion on tv. why are sherlock, downton abbey and other shows from the uk all the rage here on american tv sets? hello, everyone. i'm adam may sitting in for antonio mora. welcome to "consider this." we begin with two international hots spots where u.s. policy does not seem to be working write now. starting in iraq, more than two years after president obama declared the iraq war was over, now the u.s. is sending hellfire missiles and surveillance drones to that country as the baghdad government battles a renewed al qaeda insurge incy. more than 7,000 civilians, close to a thousand iraqi security forces have died in attacks just this year alone. amon
medical uses of a certain size will be subject to a consist see determination and the process is a requirement of the master plan ordinance previously adopted by the board. the consist see determination process will weigh project merritts and the task and encourage the development of needed healthcare infrastructure and without creating negative land use consequences. consist see determinations first incentives this determination could apply to project on balance address the guidelines as being eligible for incentives. may be second the consist determination this would apply to those projects that positively impact health or healthcare access but don't specifically address the recommendation that identify eligible for incentives and lastly inconsist determination could apply to projects that do not positively address the guidelines and conversion ly projects that adverse ly effect access to healthcare may also receive this inconsist determination these determinations will be based on a balanced assessment of the project as a whole and will be made by the department of publ
dead by a lebanese army sniper. >> he's behind some of the biggest intelligent leaks in u.s. history. spy officials are talking about an amnesty for edward snowden. the first pictures from china's mission on the moon. >> al jazeera's correspondent in the syrian city of aleppo says more than 120 people have been killed in a helicopter attack. activists say government forces dropped barrels full of explosives on civilians on sunday. many of the dead were children. a warning this report contains graphic images. >> this is being described by activists as one of the worst days of the syrian war in a long time. opposition groups say syrian forces used helicopters to drop barrel bombs on to at least 10 neighbourhoods in aleppo. volunteers are begging for help. >> translation: we have not rested since morning. more than 10 different areas in aleppo came under bombardment. as you can see this is the only equipment the civil defense team has. we don't have other tools or equipment. >> it's not the first time government forces used barrel bombs. they are made with large cinemas, packed with exp
treated. my book is about lincoln and u.s. foreign policy. part of the reason there hasn't been about lincoln's foreign policy in nearly 70 years. a human narrative about it. that's before the lincoln papers were released and library of congress in 1947. so there's a lot of water under the bridge since then. but i think one of the reasons there's no book about his foreign policy. he a strong and competent secretary of state. he didn't do everything in foreign affair. but the things he did do are really important. and so i've sliced it a little differently. i've taken look at the things that lincoln did do in foreign releases without saying he did everything or everything right, by the way. he made some mistakes too. >> was foreign policies all tied in to the civil war? >> well, we treat the civil war period in this. i have a chapter early on about the mexican war. lincoln was a freshman congressman in the house of representatives during the end of the mexican war in the 1840s. lincoln was opposed to the origin of the mexican war. one of the first speeches in the house of representativ
is the only way followed up with a useful role of an ideal situation in my view would be enough on this farm that is capable of beating tickets in total i mixed some time in his vision of excellence at all. so what we're talking about here is costing me one of the afghani people. i'm trying to paint the model can be legally capacities as for the ne quadrant as for the dishes and he got beat pti is an age of ten of contest on and has the chance to think dylan is in this instance. in the atm and the two countries signed a strategic partnership agreement of the sun is in the us teach the two in eighty dates and take a shot at a seven point six billion usd list to me this time of common stock in the pipeline is scheduled to start bringing natural gas from the meanest on to india the foreign ministry spokesman said it is up to the site to decide who signs the us backed light united states secretary of state getting sedation that the defence chiefs signed instead of reports. please he sees it does not love gun to subdue home because i need to decide who signs a security pact with the united states
, and lockheed martin -- what do they all have in common? they are all exploring the potential use for facial recognition technology. in the future, your face print, not your fingerprint, could be a good tool for marketers. megan hughes joins us with more. this mean for people's privacy, other than waking -- making them wear a mask? >> that is something the obama administration has just started looking at. that does not seem very realistic for the day to day life. the calmest -- commerce department is bringing together industry groups like the national retail federation, which represents walmart, and also civil liberties groups like the aclu. they are meeting in february and the goal is to have a code of conduct agreement by june. the technology they will be talking about at these meetings -- remember the movie minority report in 2002? it portrayed this futuristic world where cameras in public places could read people's faces and target ad specifically to them. not there yet, but the technology is absolutely there. cameras can take better pictures in public places. can matchet giant photos to
to lie to us, and then we have no confidence now -- if the intelligence community says we're not spying on americans and they are, and then they say we're not collecting any data, it's hard to have confidence in them. now they are saying we capture terrorists with this data. are we to believe them or not to believe them? if they are going to come to us and lie it really damages the credibility, and it's damaged our credibility worldwide, but really with the american people because we don't know what to believe. i don't know how you can have someone in charge over intelligence who has known to lie in a public forum to congress, to lie without repercussions i really blame the president for not taking a better handle on things. >> one final question before i let you go, senator.
of the nsa and those -- and protect the programs we are using to stop al qaeda. there's nothing in this for the nsa. they have not abused this, are not using it for political purposes, they're not going after anyone. they are doing it to save american lives and it has worked. that's what general clapper was trying to protect. as far as rand paul, i think
to the tent again. i know. still the lead the day the eye the us. it is in the is you his yards are i love the falls cheese each day and some onions served with him in prison on robben island the project. they said technical problems that lets it go to auntie jen has already ceased to be standing by and he said. he tells about the ceremony so far and about and you can eat. and what does one stop for the engine then again it was tuesday to seat backs and the preceding stopped. they said it's not an awesome and data was very respectful of all the major faiths effective organizations in south africa in nineteen ninety four when she became the first democrat to the effective president of south africa. before he was in all due date if he had nando's of all the major faiths come and say a pray for him before he was in all give a kid and today i think it is also an effective for all the major faiths in south africa to start the proceedings which the press not think any states mint has imprisoned but nelson and data. he was on robin on a team. he's an old saying he's also an old homemade and yet t
thinks investors can make money. transportation for us means the transport of global goods and services. we are focusing on that in a couple of different ways. we have a port operator, dp world. it is a way to play the global shipping transportation. this implies economic health in the fact that goods are actually being shipped around the world. you are seeing that. >> we are. we think the global growth picture will be better than and 2013. global economy that is growing, we have noticed that the merchandise exports as a percentage of gdp is doubling at a faster rate than any time in world history. and gloom anddoom talk about unemployment and the u.s. growing slower than it should, you can listen to that data and recognize there is global growth. wille fundamental changes be better in 2014 dan 2013. 1.7% -- 1.7% in 2013. it will grow more in 2014. the contraction and fiscal policy will be less next year. >> we are focused on alternate assets on this show. how does water work? consumptionl pattern is directly correlated to rising global incomes. if we are right that the world's populati
or take what you have. tell us a little bit about that. >> certainly we realized as an industry that there are
snowden? >> how could it not? let use common sense for a minute. this is an american citizen who discovers that the united states government is doing things without the knowledge of the american people that is so illegal and against the core constitutional guarantees of the constitution that the judge says it's not even a close call. james madison would be aghast if he knew that the government is gathering the data doubt suspicion or probable cause. it is a duty of an american citizen to come forward at great risk to himself and inform his fellow citizens. >> what should he have done? what should an american citizen do? >> he can go to an inspector
yes, it would be authorized. >> it was shut down before as not being operationally useful. would you have to go to the court? >> i believe -- >> to restart the bulk collection of internet data, would you have to go to the court? >> i believe we would. >> mr. cole? >> yes, mr. chairman. under the fisa statute, i think you would have to get court authority just like you would under 215 to be able to do that. and that would only last for a period of time. it would have to be renewed periodically. there's no active authority for it right now.
is dramatically changed this debate. for example, it used to be that because there were technological limitations, those technological limitations provided a measure of privacy for americans. now with essentially no technological limitations, the technology can do practically anything, the only way to strike the appropriate balance between liberty and security is to embed that balance in the law. >> warner: what did you make of the eight big u.s.-based
and the primary use of this plan will be for the planning department and they will be reviews project applications against the plan to determine consist see and as supervisor campos mentioned it goes far beyond what was written in the legislation the board of supervisors will certainly have this document to reference in the future as will wee in the department of public health it's an extraordinary collection of information and i think it's going to guide a lot of wonderful healthcare processes going forward so we took a 2 fold path to this master plan first of all our first push was for quantitative information and we initiated that process by looking at more than 150 quantitative indicators to complete the health status assessment and a parallel process going on in the department of public health a community health improvement plan so this was an excellent compliment to that process and to see a snapshot of the residents among different populations and neighborhoods and quantitative information and the five assessments. but in addition to that we didn't want to get bogged down in the numbers w
. everyone thought they knew erma. she laid her life out for everybody to see. she told us about what life was like in suburbia. throughn in the 1960's 1990's. one of the wonderful things about her -- she wrote mainly humor. it was humor that was accessible to everyone. it was humor that happened in everybody's lives. they might not recognize it until they saw it written. because funny things happen to us all the time, but we have to be on the lookout for them. she was the one that focused our attention on the funny things that happened. things that at the moment seems like craziness and driving you nuts. when you look back at them, you think that was really funny. that is a real gift. that is a literary gift. the life and times of erma bom beck this weekend. c-span2.noon on >> c-span. we bring public affairs of ends from washington directly to you. when you in the room at congressional hearings and white house event. offering complete gavel-to-gavel coverage of the u.s. house. all as a public service of private industry. the cable tv industry 34 years ago. headed by your local cable or sa
about u.s. intelligence activities over the past few months have sparked a very public bait in this country -- debate in this country about about the kinds of information the government should be gathering and how we protect the privacy of the americans where we have done something -- nothing wrong. these disclosures have harmed the country's national security, but made americans safer than usual over how their lives, online and off-line, can be tracked, monitored, and analyzed. people are aware of that. not to the extent in great britain, where they are so accustomed to being videotaped on everything they do. we are still adjusting to that. i am glad that we are talking about these privacy issues in general. today we have all benefited from rapid advancement in computer technology but also there is personal freedom. we always use the word cherished, but we do, and it is a complicated subject. we want to be able to protect ourselves and loved ones from the unwanted gaze of the government, and of our neighbors. what has been missing from this conversation so far is the role o
of computers and now mobile phones are changing the way we write to each other because we use abbreviations and acronyms and emoticons. we are not using all that many. and i'll tell you what they mean by that in a second. our social relationships are changing incredibly and i'm going to suggest or personal, individual psyches are changing as well. >> let's go through those. >> you bet. let's start with how we read. it's pretty clear is when you're reading things on the screen, you don't do it. whether it the laptop, either reader, tablet computer, mobile phone. you don't throw quite the same way as he do when you're reading in fact, that the subject of the next book. but what we know already is that you tend to skim. or worse, you tend to use the fine function. said the professor set up a key to write an essay. you look at the little snippet of what has been written and you ignore the rest of the content. what we know from the work of the cognitive ecologists is when you read a regular webpage, what you do instead is what you describe is the best pattern. the first line of text you probably
and internet use, but a new together following this raises new questions about how far is too far when it comes to bosses tracking workers. >> a mainstream paper gets a marijuana reporter. the man who just got the highest-minded beat at the denver post will join us. i'm an tone i antonio mora. the bureau of alcohol, tobacco, firearms and explosives, the a.t.f. in an effort to get guns and drugs off the street set up undercover store fronts in high crime areas and used mentally disabled men as unwitting pawns in their operations. i'm joined from milwaukee by the main investigative reporter in the series on the a.t.f. sting operation. that thanks for joining us. this story began for you and your paper with a botched a.t.f. sting in milwaukee. what happened there and how did that lead you to this larger story of a.t.f. stings around the country. >> what we found was a series of follow-ups and failures in that sting operation, including agents having their guns stolen, as you mentioned, a mentally disabled person being employed to promote the store, then they turned around and charged that individu
. lindsay moran, shows us how mushrooms may replace polystyrene packaging. i'm phil torres, that's our team of scientists, now let's do some science. ♪ ♪ >> it has been another fantastic week of science on the road. we've got crystal, lindsay and marita here. marita, you were basically a very high tech firefighter for a week. tell me about this. >> i was on a story to tell us how we fight the rim fire in yosemite. here it is. this is a very unusual piece of technology. it almost looks like an alien insect. they've got it in a hangar and they're going to fly it up to yosemite and going to be eyes in the sky to generate action from the ground. let's check it out. the size and scope of the wildfire burning in yosemite national park is astounding. larger than the city of chicago at a cost of more than $100 million. the fire that is destroying hundreds of square miles of sensitive ecosystem habitat, for assistance in controlling this inferno, firefighters are turning to the u.s. military for help. called into service and flying high above the flames and smoke of yosemite is the m 1 drone. f
clean energy is interested in allowing us to develop or join into their program but you are saying this option 3 may be easier because it protects their autonomy and also our differences as a much larger population to have more autonomy for us to have some kind of joint hybrid like that. >> right. the -- how marin would do it is through a separate jpa agreement and so mr. freed's option 3 is not where we want to go they would want the liability and a lot of those issues to remain separate for this current program so they would want to have a separate and that's why they put it in a special consideration category it would have a separate agreement and assets and liabilities would be separate because we dwarf them. >> i appreciate all the work you have all done to try to get us to this point and i know it's been a challenge and frustrating from our standpoint because this is something we all care about and we all want to see move forward and our efforts are being hindered at this time by appointed members of the puc so i think we have to think differently to dispel some of the myth
will tell us about the company's global expansion plan and the keys to long-term growth. plus, the sweet success of kabam , the company behind the game "the hobbit." he discusses his push away from casual gaming. and the automobiles of the year for 2013. we will tell you this week rides to have top our list. all that and more over the next hour. first, headlines with carol massar. >> nike is out with its earnings after the closing bell. the sporting goods giant posted more than analysts estimate. posting fourth-quarter profits that beat analyst estimates as well. the cruise operator benefiting from higher ticket revenue and more onboard spending by passengers. that stock is getting 2% for the day. u.s. treasury secretary jack lew is warning congress that the u.s. -- is urging lawmakers to raise the federal debt limit weeks before then. attention target shoppers, your credit or debit card information may have been stolen by cyber thieves. according to target, data from 40 million cards may have been compromised. shopping between november 27 and december 15. target is working with law enfo
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